Georgia Prayer March: A Date With Destiny

By Published on December 29, 2020

The eyes of the nation are focused on Georgia, as a pair of runoff races in the Peach State on Tuesday, January 5, will determine control of the U.S. Senate. The stakes seemingly could not be higher, as the Republican and Democratic parties and their allies are making unprecedented investments in advertising, outside spending, and grassroots efforts.

In anticipation of the special senate runoff elections, a Georgia Prayer March event has been scheduled on Saturday, January 2, 2021 from 11:00 am – 2:30 pm EST. The prayer walk will take place at the Georgia State House in Atlanta with a goal of Saving the Republic … through Prayer.

The Georgia Prayer March is a non-partisan event co-chaired by Dr. Jim Garlow and Rosemary Schindler Garlow, co-founders of Well Versed, and Bishop Wellington Boone, founder of Wellington Boone Ministries.

“We want to gather together to pray that Georgia elects and sends leaders with biblical values to the U.S. Senate,” said Dr. Garlow. “We do not tell anyone for whom to vote. That is your decision. We are non-partisan. We do, however, pray for Georgians to vote for candidates with distinctly biblical values. Our prayer is for biblical values to be followed in our nation.”

“This election in Georgia is important in the sense that God wants to do something,” said Bishop Boone. “I would never vote for anyone who stands against the Bible, and the two main issues of the Bible are life and family. I am voting the Bible, and on January 2, I will be praying down heaven’s will for this election.”

Both in-person and online participation are available. Visit www.georgiaprayermarch.org for more information. Participants are urged to register, whether attending online or in person.

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